Fact & Fiction partnered with MPOWERD to create a content series centered around their innovative Luci Light product line—solar powered, waterproof, inflatable lights that are clean, safe, and affordable. Three members of our team travelled to Kibera, Kenya to shoot a series of cinematic vignettes, highlighting the social realities the developing nation faces in education, women's entrepreneurship, and clean energy. Harnessing film, photo, 360° video, and the written word, we created an immersive multimedia experience that captures the visceral impact of accessible solar power in Kibera, and the Luci Light's tremendous potential for disruptive change in developing nations around the world.
A poem in 360°.
Imagine trying to do your homework at night, and there is no light. Opportunity becomes lost in the darkness. But it doesn't have to be.
Energy poverty is one of the biggest challenges faced by those who live in Kibera and other parts of the developing world. Solar technology can help.
Women in Kibera receive the shorter end of the stick. As they battle for a more equitable wage and access to education, they end up shouldering the majority of the responsibility.
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